Forgot my turp today, which isn't that convenient when
painting in the floodplains of the Rhine, especially not when
you should have cleaned your palette a long time ago.
But it's a nice practice on the other hand, to paint thicker
letting the paint do it's work and shape your brush the way
you want. Together with the fact that it was still quite an
high tide (all melt- and rainwater from Germany) and being
in the place where I lived for more then 20 years it was
just a lovely time.
"Grijze Wereld." Westervoort, Holland.
(Grey World.) Oil on panel. 24 x 30 cm.